Correct, yes. When I said , what I was thinking of for him to testify about the lack of information flowing back and forth at that time because he was from the get-go, Detective has been in charge of the investigation, but of course, he's only in charge of the county officers. But as the primary detective, he was talking to the FBI, but again, he could clarify this for you, but I believe that at that time on the 16th, there wasn't a lot of back and forth going on. Sharing of information so to speak between the County and the FBI about who had been talked to and what they said and the FBI did this area canvas on their own.
It was their desire that the County not be involved. They wanted to have their own independent investigation so they said we're going to do this, we don't want County coming with us or being involved in that for whatever reason.
So you're right, it was that did the interview with
Okay, at this time we're going to --
So when two different departments are doing these interviews, so how do they determine like, I mean, it is freshly on their mind on the 9th or three days after, but then when you come behind like weeks later, how beneficial is that?